Electric vehicle and hybrid battery recycling program for dealers and dismantlers.

Program details

Redwood works directly with dealers and dismantlers to identify and recover end-of-life hybrid and EV packs.

Redwood provides safe packaging materials, guidance, permitted transport, and full recycling of these batteries to return high quality materials back into the domestic battery supply chain.

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Redwood provides an end-to-end service for dealers and dismantlers from recovery and secure packaging, to transport and processing of end-of-life electric vehicle and hybrid battery packs.

Partner with us


California is the oldest and one of the largest electric vehicle markets on earth. When the first major wave of EVs begins to retire from roads, it will happen in California. We’re working now with dealers, dismantlers, and automakers to properly recycle and remanufacture these EVs for the first time.


Frequently asked questions

1. What types of batteries does Redwood accept?

Redwood will accept all lithium-ion (Li-ion) and nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries in California from any dealer, dismantler, or anyone else who has a battery pack to recycle. 

2. What happens to batteries today?

Today, there are limited pathways to recycle and remanufacture these batteries. While there are small operations occasionally interested in these batteries, auto recyclers & dealers often remove EV batteries and simply store them due to the limited number of recycling pathways available today. Redwood and our partners are working to change this.

3. What steps should I take if I have a pack to recycle?

Get in touch with our business development team either by filling out the form on our partnerships page

or emailing business@redwoodmaterials.com directly.